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    A fiesta with no lechon is no fiesta at all. Often the centerpiece of the buffet spread in Filipino gatherings, the lechon draws the most ‘oooohs’ and ‘aaaahs’ from dinner guests waiting to dig in. Cut me some of the decadent crispy skin, please!

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    100% Pure Silk Pocket Square
    43 cm x 43 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

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    Inspired by the 2020 pink jellyfish bloom in Palawan and the Pawikan – sea turtles often spotted gracing the Philippine seas. Did you know that sea turtles love to eat jellyfish? Try to spot them in action on the details of this original design.

    100% Pure Silk Scarf
    90 cm x 90 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

    Designed by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

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    This design was our first foray into Filipino culture and tradition. Its main subject is a “diwata,” known in Philippine mythology as a goddess or spirit guardian of a region. She is inspired by Maria Makiling, one of the most popular Filipino diwatas and the protector of Mount Makiling in the Laguna province. Surrounded by Philippine botanicals, she is believed to protect the bounty of the land. The soft peaks and valleys of the mountain is said to be seen in the gentle slope of her sleeping form.

    100% Pure Silk Scarf
    90 cm x 90 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

     

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    Who let the dogs out? It’s a doggy dog world on this mask where your lovable pups, dressed up as some of our favorite literary and historical figures, are spotted at a quaint café enjoying French baguettes and croissants while sipping the fresh brew of the day.

    100% Pure Silk Scarf
    90 cm x 90 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

    Designed by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

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    The “Butanding” or Whale Shark is one of the largest species known to inhabit the deep Philippine Seas. In this design, the artist depicts the many islands of the Philippine archipelago in the form of these endangered sea creatures. The country is recognized by the United Nations for its role in the preservation and protection of these gentle giants of the ocean.

    100% Pure Silk Scarf
    90 cm x 90 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

     

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    “Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti.
    Ang halaman doon ay sari-sari.”

    In Filipino culture, the Bahay Kubo is not only a traditional house made of bamboo and nipa leaves, but also a symbol of unity and family.

    Inspired by the local folk song that portrays the simple life in the countryside, the bahay kubo is surrounded by various local herbs and vegetables, as illustrated on the scarf.

    This design brings together the artist’s cultural heritage of being Chinese Filipino, with the verse written in beautiful calligraphy using the chinoiserie blue and white motif.

    100% Pure Silk Scarf
    90 cm x 90 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
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    Whether you’re wearing it on the dance floor or in the office, attract good fortune and prosperity with this design depicting foo guardian lions resting on auspicious clouds.

    Designed by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    100% Pure Silk Pocket Square
    43 cm x 43 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

     

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    A fiesta with no lechon is no fiesta at all. Often the centerpiece of the buffet spread in Filipino gatherings, the lechon draws the most ‘oooohs’ and ‘aaaahs’ from dinner guests waiting to dig in. Cut me some of the decadent crispy skin, please!

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    100% Pure Silk Pocket Square
    43 cm x 43 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only

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    Design inspired by the tarsier, a small leaping primate that can only be found in the islands of Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines. Small enough to fit on the palm of your hand, tarsiers tend to be shy and nervous around human activity. Loud noises or physical contact can stress out a tarsier and lead to their deaths. A sanctuary and research center in Bohol is dedicated to conserving the lifespan of tarsiers, which are now considered critically endangered.

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    100% Pure Silk Pocket Square
    43 cm x 43 cm
    Hand-rolled hem
    Dry-clean only